Jan. 19th, 2016 – Window World of Long Island has been named the “Best Window Company” and the “Best Siding Company” in Long Island by the 2017 Bethpage Best of L.I. awards. The awards recognize local businesses which have demonstrated the highest level of customer service, product quality and community involvement in 2017. It’s the company’s… Read more »
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As the holidays start approaching, we stop and give thanks for the things in life that mean the most. At Window World of Long Island, we know how important it is to stay warm and comfortable in your New York residence, especially as winter sets in. Our replacement windows are energy efficient and offer you… Read more »
When it comes to home repairs, prioritization is key. Window World of Long Island knows that although you may want to do a total home renovation, some items need to be taken care of first. Keep in mind that with fall fading into winter, cracks or leaks in your home that may seem harmless at… Read more »
Window checkups are essential to the health of your home. Even though you may not realize it, the health of your window can affect not only the look of your home, but it’s energy efficiency as well. We here at Window World of Long Island have come up with a few tips to help you… Read more »
A little-known gem, shakes are small siding accents that can do big things for the curb appeal of your home. Here, you’ll find facts about their past, present, and future ability to enhance the look and value of your home! Shakes Then: Shake siding, originally referred to as wood shingles, was first utilized in early… Read more »
Protect Your Home. Improve Curb Appeal. Enjoy The Best Summer Yet. Summer on Long Island can be a beautiful thing. Situated on the Atlantic coast, with close proximity to both sandy beaches and the urban New York City lifestyle, Long Island has nearly endless opportunities for its residents. On sunny days, an excursion to the… Read more »
Well that was a trudge – snow almost every day, low temperatures, constant overcast – many New Yorkers thought the sun was gone for good. But sure enough, the sun is peeking out from behind the clouds, and we couldn’t be more relieved.
As temperatures outside continue to drop and snow lingers on the ground, it seems that the only successful way to seek refuge from this winter freeze, is to stay tucked snugly inside your home.